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Robert Weston Smith, known as Wolfman Jack (January 21, 1938 – July 1, 1995), was an American disc jockey. A couple of shots of whiskey helps it. I've got that nice raspy sound.
Listen to music from Wolfman Jack like Mama, Talk To Your Daughter and Recordings. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Wolfman Jack. Brooklyn, New York, New York, United States (1938 – 1995). There is more than one artist using this name. 1)Melbourne Four Piece Punk Band. com/wolfmanjackband -. 2)Robert Weston (Bob) Smith (January 21, 1938 – July 1, 1995) became world famous in the 1960s and 1970s as a disc jockey using the stage name of Wolfman Jack. Born in Brooklyn, Bob Smith was a fan of disc jockey Alan Freed who helped to turn African-American rhythm and blues into Caucasian rock and roll music.
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Wolfman Jack was born on January 21, 1938 in Brooklyn, New York, USA as Robert Weston Smith Born: January 21, 1938 Died: July 1, 1995 (age 57. Known For. The Seven Minutes Wolfman Jack (1971). Married with Children Wolfman Jack (1995). This week's must-see TV includes a fresh season of a martial arts hit, a terrifying new Netflix series, and the end of an era in the DC Universe.
Wolfman Jack released a self titled album on the Wooden Nickel label in 1972. The single "I Ain't Never Seen a White Man" hit on the Billboard Bubbling Under the HOT 100 Singles Charts. In 1973 he appeared in director George Lucas' second feature film, "American Graffiti", as himself. His syndicated music radio series was sponsored by the United States Air Force, designed as a weekly program-length public service infomercial to promote the benefits of joining the Air Force. The series ran from 1971 until 1977. In July 1974 Wolfman Jack was the MC for the Ozark Music Festival at the Missouri State Fairgrounds, a huge three-day rock festival with an estimated attendance of 350,000 people, making it one of the largest music events in history. In 1989, he provided the narration for the US version of the arcade game "DJ Boy".
|Program No. 1|
|A1||–Golden Earring||Radar Love|
|A2||–BTO*||You Ain't Seen Nothing Yet|
|A3||–Staple Singers*||I'll Take You There|
|A4||–Harry Chapin||Cat's In The Cradle|
|A5||–Raspberries||Go All The Way|
|A6||–Carpenters||Please Mr. Postman|
|Program No. 2|
|B1||–Edgar Winter||Free Ride|
|B2||–Carl Douglas||Kung Fu Fighting|
|B3||–Neil Diamond||Longfellow Serenade|
|B4||–Marvin Gaye||Let's Get It On|
|B6||–Loggins & Messina*||My Music|
|Program No. 3|
|C1||–Joe Frank Reynolds*||Don't Pull Your Love|
|C2||–Three Degrees*||When Will I See You Again|
|C3||–Gladys Knight||Midnight Train|
|C4||–Elton John||Lucy In The Sky|
|C5||–Paul Davis||Ride Em Cowboy|
|Program No. 4|
|D1||–Jethro Tull||Bungle In The Jungle|
|D2||–Dobie Gray||Drift Away|
|D3||–Rufus||You Got The Love|
|D4||–Carl Carlton||Everlasting Love|
|D5||–Chilites*||Have You Seen Her|
|D6||–Kiki Dee||I Got The Music|